Starting in August, France has nearly 30 beaches , banning people from wearing Bukini, triggering a global debate.The Interior Minister France on Friday that if the French legislation "banning bukini" would hurt the human rights value of France's longtime persistence.Bouchini's inventor, Aeda Zanetti, wrote to The Guardian, writing about the birth of Buchini, which was not a symbol of Islam, and was born to liberate the body of women.(Recommended reading: Her physical freedom, your homophobic radar?
"Bukini Burkini is not a symbol of Islam, and Bukini represents health, is sport, and is the joy of liberating the body."I would like to ask whether the Taliban government is more fearful or whether the French government, which obliges women to take off Bukkini, is worse?" Le burkini, ce n ’ est pas un symhole d ’ Islam: c ’ est un symbole de plaisir, de joie, de sport, de sant é. Alors, qui est pire, les taliban ou les politiciens fran ç ais?"
inventor, Ahaeda Zanetti, wrote a British Guardian on a holiday, stating that Buchini was not the same as terrorism, nor did it exist in the Koran, and that the existence of Buchini was to liberate women rather than take it away from them.
Aeda Zanetti is a Muslim woman living in Australia for many years, and she talks about the history of Buchini, which was born in 2004 to meet the needs of Muslim women, starting with the story of her little Nephew.(Sibling: Be gentle and stronger than hatred!TEDTalks: "I am a Muslim, I am not a terrorist" )
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Bukini's birth came from the real needs of Muslim women.
In 2004, the daughter of Ahaeda Zanetti told her she wanted to play beach volleyball, but because of her burqa, her actions had become extremely difficult.Zanetti recalled his experience of growing up and found that Muslim women were not suited to the costume of the sport, and she decided to build one by herself.
" I took away a lot of the veil and the headscarf fabric to lighten the weight, and covered the neck with cloth.The traditional burqa is intended to cover the hair and the body and not to show any figure. I am equally concerned that I do not know whether the Muslims will accept such a new design."
At first, Aeda Zanetti was able to sneak in the bathtub and sneak in at home, and then she started to put on Buchini into the public space.
"I remember when I tested Buchini for the first time, I came to the city's swimming pool, and everyone was amazed at what I saw, saying," What exactly is she wearing? " I walked up, climbed up the diver, and I jumped, and I was screaming in my head, and I was so beautiful."
This is the first Bukini experience of Aheda Zanetti, who feels the process is beautiful.She felt free, felt full of strength, felt that she had a whole pool, and that she felt that she had a lot of fresh experience for Muslim women.
"I named it Buchini, but I don't think it's the burqa Burqa on the beach."Buchini is an example of how different cultures communicate and learn from each other, and I am both an Australian and a Muslim."
"Boukini does not have any symbols or metaphors for Muslims," he said. "Buchini does not appear in the Koran. In fact, our religion does not require women to cover the face and wear a burqa. It is our freedom to choose."" (Recommended reading: Iranian women confuse: Don't have a headscarf, we choose it ourselves
Bukini does not represent Islam, and the symbol of Bkini is freedom
The symbol of Buchini is not an Islamic culture. For more women, the symbols of the Bkini symbol should be freedom, and the meaning of freedom is whether we respect the will of a person.Can we accept different faiths?Are we willing to have more equal acceptance and dialogue?
In 2004, Buchini's concept was proposed and began to be sold, consisting of three parts: headscarves, girdle clothing, and trousers.In 2005, the Australian surf team held an event inviting Muslim boys and girls to join together with the Australian surfers in the event of Cronulla Riots in Australia, the more intense the tensions between the white community and the outside world.
At the time, one of the Muslim girls involved in the tournament appeared in Buchini for the first time.The world began to recognize Buchini and began to see Muslims in the sea.
Zanetti wrote, "I want to find a balance for Buchini, which is not only partially currying Western culture, but also meeting the needs of Muslim women."I want to encourage Muslims to enter the pool and the beach, to enjoy the pleasure of sports."
Tearing a link between the Bkini and Muslims, Zanetti said that Bukini was born for all the people who had the need.
"Bukini does not represent Muslims, Christians can wear it, Catholics can wear it, Hindus can wear it, and Bukini is just a swimmer, I believe, and it can also benefit patients with skin cancer.""
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Ahaeda Zanetti's letter has broadened people's understanding and imagination about Bukkini.
Bukini was born to the needs of Muslim women, but the future of Buchini could not only serve Muslim communities, but could be more extensive. Who would say that only bikini could be liberated on the beach, but not Brighini's happiness?
Aeda Zanetti made a strong critique of the French government in the text, "I want to say to the French government that you are totally mistaken."You've turned the symbol of freedom and happiness into the product of hate.When the French government said that Buchini was not in line with the French spirit, I would like to ask, when you tell us what to wear and what shouldn't be worn, is it the freedom that you call it?" (Rethinking: Who are the women to please?Do we have the freedom of "not beautiful"?)
We can then think about a question: Why do women have to bear the conflicts and contradictions between the two peoples and cultures, and thus sacrifice her clothes to freedom?
The most recent scenario was that on the beach, several police officers approached her by a pepper spray, using pepper spray to attack her, ordering her to take off Bouchini, only one sleeveless top, and the other end of the Muslim-majority group. Most people had a "protect their own women" stance.
Women's clothing, why is it that men are so concerned and determined?Ahaeda Zanetti answered beautifully, "I don't think that women's clothes should be a man's worry."No one forces a Muslim woman to wear a burqa or a Buchini, and what you see is our own choice."
Before justice, before freedom of expression, before freedom of expression, can we leave more space and listen to their choices before the country is free to interfere with its own people?
At the end of the day, my friends in Australia sent me a poster of the Australian film Down Under, a surfer ski, a worshippers' bow and piety, and above all, Australians will not win if Australians are against Australians.
I think what it says is not only Australia, but the world. Everyone should have their own biopic laws. When we attack each other, we force others to live in the way they want, and they always suffer.